An essential part of your visit to Paris: the visit of the Eiffel Tower and the Palais de Chaillot
The 324-metre high Eiffel Tower was built for the 1889 Universal Exhibition, and its design owes much to two engineers from the Eiffel company: Emile Nouguier and Maurice Koechlin. They were the ones who came up with the idea for the overall shape of the Tower. Eiffel registered the patent with their names but then bought the rights of his two collaborators and from now on the tower is called the Eiffel Tower. It should also be noted that the Tower had to be dismantled after the Exhibition because it was no longer useful and attracted few tourists at the time, the invention of radio would save the Tower by transforming it into a radio transmitter. Today, the Eiffel Tower is the fourth most visited monument in the capital with 6 million visitors per year. There are many people every day of the year, you have to be patient to get up the stairs even when booking tickets on the Internet.
The Eiffel Tower has two restaurants: The Jules Verne (gourmet restaurant - T-shirts, shorts or other sportswear are not accepted.) and the 58 Tour Eiffel. Restaurants are not convenient to access, you have to wait in line before going up.
You can also choose the dîner option on the fly boats just below the Eiffel Tower, which is much easier to access.